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We’re normal deep down on the inside~
I blame the real world.
On the other hand goodness! Over 1000 tall people following?!
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Don’t, it’s okay to have a preference. There’s a difference between preference and prejudice. If guys that are shorter than you do not rock your boat in that sort of way then they just don’t.
The thing is do not let height hinder you from meeting incredible people. You may never know…there might be a guy that IS shorter than you but won’t make your feel uncomfortable or pose as the little brother due to his height…you might even forget about him being shorter.
But I’m no relationship guru. It’s fine to have a preference and a list for your ideal type but don’t let it hinder you is all.
Suggested/Submitted by: Anonymous
According to research that let out we’re more likely to get cancer because we grow faster, have more cells, more stem cells and the latter.
But that doesn’t mean that the shorter you are the less likely you are to get cancer.
A lot in this day and age can cause cancer.
That's his problem, don't worry about what shallow idiots in school think, they aren't important in the long run. I know it sounds harsh but I was always shunned in school cause I was taller than faculty members. I'm 7ft now and really... It shouldn't matter what anyone else thinks of your height, as long as you are comfortable with who you are.
Chin up girl, don't let the bastards beat you down.
Now I have some Jelly beans to munch... ta-raa
Also…once out of high school…you’ll be considered averaged height. Not necessarily tall…but not necessarily short either. So it’s baffling that they call you the “tall ass girl”.
I'm 15 years old and is in the 10th grade.
My crush turned me down because I was taller than most girls and he said that he didn't want to be known as the guy who dated the "tall-ass girl" :|
Submitted by dayanatuna
I still would never change being tall ever
The above comment.
We all just have our problems.